A returning student is defined a person who has attended UNLV in the past, but has taken at least two semesters off. You will need to reapply to the university if you are not enrolled in classes for two consecutive full term (fall and spring) semesters.
Checklist for Returning Students
- Visit UNLV Admissions Office to reapply to the university. Submit official transcript to admissions if you have attended another higher education institution since leaving UNLV
- Review your MyUNLV account
- Re-activate your Rebelmail
- Call the LBS advising center to set a 30 minute appointment with your assigned advisor.
- Items to bring to your appointment or submit prior to meeting: copies of transcripts and any paperwork related to your degree progression
It is strongly suggested that you reapply to the university once you have made your decision to attend. The admission and advising process may take several weeks to complete.
For Your Consideration
- Transfer credits toward upper-division business requirements and toward Microsoft Office proficiency (or equivalent) are considered only for those courses or test completed within the seven-year period prior to admission to the business program.
- Your original university catalog year is valid for ten years. It is possible that you may need to move to the most current catalog to complete your degree.
- Visit the undergraduate catalog's Academic Policies section for information regarding returning from university suspension, repeating courses and G.P.A calculation